The secluded island of Key Biscayne, Florida can be reached via the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway crossing beautiful Biscayne Bay. Located south of Downtown Miami and north of Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne touts miles of golden sand beaches and quaint, quiet neighborhoods.
Key Biscayne is a picturesque blend of low-key local flavor and relaxed destination; it’s the perfect place to unwind, relax and connect with one of Miami’s natural beauty. Small boutiques and fresh seafood restaurants are all over the small island of Key Biscayne.
Palm tree lined streets and breezy island temperatures makes Key Biscayne the ideal spot for popular attractions that blend seamlessly with the lush natural landscape. The Crandon Park Tennis Center is home to the Sony Open tournament every March. Crandon Park Golf Course’s intriguing terrain puts it among the top 50 public courses in Florida. Swim or kayak at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation and take a tour at the historic Cape Florida Lighthouse onsite.
The 2014 Doral, Florida, population is 45,233. There are 3,260 people per square mile (population density).
Family in Doral, Florida
The median age is 33.6. The US median is 37.2. 60.26% of people in Doral, Florida, are married. 10.50% are divorced.
The average household size is 3.3 people. 54.99% of people are married, with children. 13.53% have children, but are single.
Race in Doral, Florida
88.77% of people are white, 2.36% are black, 5.72% are asian, 0.31% are native american, and 1.39% claim ‘Other’.
76.21% of the people in Doral, Florida, claim hispanic ethnicity (meaning 23.79% are non-hispanic).